Explore art activities with the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Appropriate for ages 5-12. No registration necessary.
A cherry snow cone on a hot summer day is a perfect treat. But what about pickle juice and shaved ice? Together, we will explore what foods will and what foods will not snow cone. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.
Molecular gastronomy is where scientific sorcery meets culinary artistry. Use innovative techniques and tools, as well as some basic chemistry, to explore the magic of modernist cuisine. Participants will transform foods across states of matter as they create edible works of art that would be at home on the Starship Enterprise. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Join us for special programs intended for our youngest Anythinkers – the miniThinkers. Geared for children up to 5-years-old, Anythink’s miniThinker program is designed to create opportunities for caregivers to spend time with younger children in meaningful ways. Explore early literacy through interactive experiences and be ready to move, build and create.
Use the real tools and techniques that paranormal researchers employ to observe, study, and fake ghostly visitations. Record EVP’s (electronic voice phenomena) and analyze your results for messages from beyond. Then, use a variety of analog and digital trickery to make your own spirit photographs. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.
Vanilla ice cream with chocolate sprinkles is a classic summer treat. But what about mustard ice cream? Together, we will explore what foods will and what foods will not ice cream. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.
Join us for something different every week! Maybe we’ll cook, play a game, do karaoke, or create something. All ages welcome. No registration necessary.
· March 2: Seuss-A-Cadabra – Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with a very special magic show! Laugh, cheer, enjoy magic and have fun with the many books and characters of the immortal Dr. Seuss.
· March 9: Paper Marbling – Learn this printing technique and create beautiful designs that look like marble. We will use two techniques: shaving cream and ink on the surface of water.
· March 16: Potato Pancakes and Hedgehogs – Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by making potato pancakes. Have you ever seen a real hedgehog? This is your chance! Meet one of these small creatures and learn more about them.
· March 23: Geodesic Dome – Recycle a stack of old newspapers into a geodesic dome. Roll the paper, tape it into triangles, add crossbars and crawl inside to enjoy your creation.
· March 30: Rangoli – Explore this art form native to India. Patterns are traditionally created on the floor using colored rice, dry flour, and colored sand or flower petals. Rangoli is thought to bring good luck.
Attract butterflies to your backyard with a home-made butterfly feeder. Appropriate for kids ages 8 and up and their caregivers. Space is limited; registration is required.
You can be a super hero. Choose your super powers and design your super-hero ID card. Super-powerful snacks will be served. Appropriate for kids ages 8 and up and their caregivers. Space is limited; registration is required.
Make a small and adorable fantasy terrarium in a glass jar. Appropriate for kids ages 8 and up and their caregivers. Space is limited; registration is required.